Castigated by some but welcomed by many, Kigali City dwellers yesterday took to the maiden Car-Free Day with fanfare.
The Civil Society Platform has called for tough measures against persons found to have mismanaged public funds as per the latest released Auditor-General’s report.
Kigali’s image and branding could be boosted in coming months following the inception of a campaign, “I am Kigali,” which will highlight the city’s innovation, cultural evolution and diversification.
The Chief of Defence Staff, Gen Patrick Nyamvumba, last Friday presided over the pass out of 39 RDF officers after they concluded a command course at the RDF Command and Staff College in Nyakinama, Musanze District.
Perched on high stools, they laugh out loud. The mood is cheerful as four men probably in their early 20s, inhale from long pipes standing on a table in their midst. Scented smoke hits your nose...
Standards bodies on the continent have vowed to crackdown on traditional medicine makers and practitioners who do not conform to standards as one of the steps to streamline the industry.
Young entrepreneurs have been urged to continuously develop their management skills as this could help improve the performance of their businesses.
At end of the final round nine on Sunday, Candidate Masters (CMs) Godfrey Kabera and Alexis Ruzigura dominated qualifiers for the open section of the national team for the 2016 Chess Olympiad.
The national football team, Amavubi have shifted focus to the 2017 Africa Nations Cup qualifier against Mozambique slated for June 4 at Amahoro National Stadium.
A new documentary film to showcase the progress Rwanda has made over the last 22 years is in the pipeline. “Ishema Ryacu” is a brainchild of veteran actor and film director Dennis Nsanzamahoro, one of the outstanding members of the local film industry, under his film company Cinematic Productions Ltd.
It was an evening of fun and good music as Ugandan jazz maestro Michael “Myko” Ouma and Rwandan singer Mani Martin mesmerised revellers during the 7th edition of the Kigali Jazz Junction which took place at Kigali Serena Hotel on Friday evening.
“They told me what songs to sing but for me I don’t like those things. I know my job and what kind of songs to sing but they told me to sing particular songs,” explains Hope Irakoze, one of the few local performers lucky to perform for guests at the...
If you have a cool motorbike that you don’t use or just want to give away, let your girl know. Or if you know a place where I can get a good deal, let me know as well. I’m ready to buy one. Saving for a car is taking longer...
When Josephine Mukahigiro lost her husband last year, all she wanted was solace; especially from those she called ‘family.’ Little did she know that her in-laws, the relatives she had so lovingly invited and welcomed into her home, would only add to the already daunting pain she felt.
Josephine Kabagema, also known as JosÃ©e, is a Rwandan model based in France. In an industry that many have deemed ‘unfruitful’, Kabagema has beaten the odds and proved that modelling can be as rewarding as any other profession.
After she won re-election, she went to her cultural shrine to ‘pay homage’ to the ancestors. She felt obliged to thank them for guiding her through the hotly contested race for Speaker of Parliament in a country that neighbours our own; it was captured on a video clip that made...
As the Month of May comes to an end, events to commemorate the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi will be tapering off.
The scorching sun of the desert could pound their young innocent bodies with strong persistent radiance of heat. The hot sand, with fast conduction through to the ground-spread canvas could hardly allow any good amount of concentration.
Standards provide the reference framework and basis for comparison of products. Standards facilitate trade by enhancing product performance,safety, productivity and customer confidence in the product or service.
Despite the stringent measures in place to curb substance abuse, many teenagers continue to engage in the vice. Some students are reported to go as far as hiding drugs in toilets, bathrooms, behind classrooms, while others jump over school fences in search of drugs.
With classes and exams wrapping up at most colleges and universities in the coming weeks, many students will turn their attention to various jobs and internships. While some students anticipate that their internships will be exciting, interesting, and meaningful opportunities that lead to deepening interest and directly benefit their future...
Perched on high stools, they laugh out loud. The mood is cheerful as four men probably in their early 20s, inhale from long pipes standing on a table in their midst. Scented smoke hits your nose as you get closer to them.
Impacted teeth generally feel uncomfortable and hurtful while growing. However, as one gets older the pain diminishes although some people may still find them quite unpleasant.